Already in the midst of gearing up for the remake of 1994 Hollywood super-hit ‘Forrest Gump’, news has it Aamir Khan has booked 100 locations around India to shoot for the film, in order to make it as authentic as possible.
Titled ‘Lal Singh Chaddha’, according to Deccan Chronicle due to the story being a telling of his character’s life and the journeys he goes on, Khan wanted to ensure that it seems as real as possible for the audience. The locations will include Delhi, Gujarat, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bengaluru and Hyderabad to name a few.
Furthermore, as the film depicts on his character in different age groups, Khan will again, be going through a major transformation for the film, where he will be gaining 20kg, and may even be sporting a turban.
To be directed by Advait Chandan, the film is slated to release in December 2020.